107 Boundary Road, Leyton, London E17 8NQ, England
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|Our main line of work is repairing broken glass items and then using grinding and polishing techniques to eliminate evidence of damage. We can repair items such as vases, decanters, glasses, bowls, perfumes and ornaments. Due to the unpredictability and hidden stresses incurred when glass is damaged, all repairs are carried out at the customers own risk.||If you cannot find what you are looking for or would like more information, please send us an e-mail|
We are able to supply a selection of blue, clear and frosted glass liners to condiments, sugars, butter dishes and other tableware. Green and ruby are also available although the call for these is not as great as the more regular colours. Liners are supplied to original containers only - patterns and measurements alone are not accepted.
We manufacture small round domes for items such as clocks, watch stands etc., and can order larger domes in various shapes.
EGG TIMER/HOUR GLASS RESTORATION:
The waisted glass and sand for timers can be supplied to customers' holders.
GLUING (GLASS & CHINA):
We provide an excellent gluing service for repairs which come to us in more then one piece.
HAND MIRRORS, FRAMES & COMPACTS:
Hand mirrors, frames and compacts can be fitted with new plain or beveled glass/mirror to size. Hand mirrors can also be repacked.
ACID & MECHANICAL CLEANING:
Items such as decanters, scent bottles and vases can be internally cleaned to remove most stains by one of two processes: acid or mechanical.
DECANTER/PERFUME NECK RESTORATION:
Collars can be de-chipped and polished if damage is not extreme. If damage is more severe, then silver collars/bezels can be fitted. Sometimes it is possible to fit new glass collars.
We are able to manufacture a selection of glass mid-sections to oval hip flask top and bases.
We also make the round tapered glass flasks for leather holsters and keep a collection of bayonet tops.
SILVER MISCELLANEOUS LIDS:
We can supply an assortment of cut bases to customers silver lids to make a saleable entity or to match originals.
REMOVING STUCK STOPPERS:
Stuck stoppers can be removed whole. If this is not possible and the shank is broken, the vessel can be drilled to remove the lodged section. The remaining part of the stopper can be repegged or remade
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